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Civic and nonprofit groups in Sultan, Gold Bar, Index and Skykomish gather to recognize volunteers.
Rejection of proposed changes in the law angered and shocked parents who lost adult children.
When emergency responders arrived, wind knocked down trees and sent them running for safety.
More than 135,000 ballots were cast, a turnout of about 31 percent.
Property tax levies in four districts and two of three bond measures were falling short Tuesday.
Thirteen school districts in Snohomish County have levies on Tuesday’s ballot.
Normally, replacement levy ballot measures are routine. But this time the situation is complicated.
One trailer burned and a second one was damaged as more tanks blew up while crews battled the fire.
Families are seeking a change in the state’s limiting wrongful-death law.
The city is the latest local government to take a stand on sanctioned spaces for using illegal drugs.
John Seehuus was appointed mayor, replacing Carolyn Eslick, who was named to the state House.
Tracy Cotterill and Patty Fountain had a combined 48 years of experience, but didn’t run again.
A Christmas Eve blaze in 2010 gutted the club, which reopened in 2015. Now the gym is ready, too.
At the same time, the iconic ‘Sultan John’ statue will be temporarily moved for restoration.
The U.S. Department of the Interior reportedly ordered an end to work on a key bear planning document.
Supporters foresee tourism benefits. Opponents are concerned about injury and pollution risks.
After their son, Greg Gibson, died in a house fire, Gerry and Bonnie Gibson sounded the alarm.
Every year, the town’s community dinner ensures no one has to dine alone on Thanksgiving.
Rising water created problems along the Snohomish and Skykomish rivers, too. Landslides are possible.
If approved, they would join Lake Stevens and Snohomish County, which have temporary bans.